Vent-Axia has opened its new technology showroom, together with BPEC (British Plumbing Employers Council (Training)) approved training centre, located at its head office in Crawley, West Sussex, and also launched a new air handling unit.
The showroom and reception will incorporate Vent-Axia’s range of technologies including its Lo-Carbon collection of energy saving products.
Lee Nurse, Vent-Axia marketing director, said: “We have created a clean, fresh and professional area for customers and prospective customers to feel at ease and see our extensive Lo-Carbon range of technology solutions for ventilation, heating and cooling applications.
“Furthermore, the opening of our BPEC approved centre allows us to increase the scope of education that we provide. This will help create a skilled workforce to benefit both our company and the wider industry.”
The company has additionally introduced a new range of handling units featuring heat recovery technology and an A+ energy class efficiency rating.
The eViking units are available with outputs ranging from 3.47m³/s to 16.13m³ - the company claims that at 3m/s an air-handling unit with a section area of 7x6 will provide an airflow output of 12.11m³/s.
Furthermore, the casing mechanical performance is in accordance with EN 1886-2008 and the casing tightness L2 does not need additional adaptation and works across a wide pressure range.
Also featuring are a double door, easy-to-remove panels, the ability to deliver disassembled units and simple connection to associated services to ensure easy servicing and cleaning.
Vent-Axia says the laminated concept of the eViking allows for the height and width to be selected as either vertical or horizontal according to space requirements.
The length dimensions of each functional part of the units are designed in modular grid lengths equalling multiples of 102mm – these are integrated into assembly blocks in lengths equalling multiples of 306mm.